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  • Play U Tube video clip as people are coming in. Timings: slides 1-4 (10 minutes) Slides 5,6,7- 15 mins Task- 20 mins Plenary- 10 mins
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    • 1. The Wonder of the Web Alison Gaunt
    • 2. Objectives
      • To understand how learning has changed because of new technologies.
      • To see some web 2.0 tools in action
      • To explore the potential impact of these tools in your school.
    • 3. What is Web 2.0 or the Read Write Web?
      • Information is a conversation
      • Uploading as well as downloading
      • Linking people as well as information
      • Move from a ‘vertical’ world (command and control) to a ‘horizontal’ world (connect and collaborate)
      • Technology is ‘Flattening’ the World and creating a borderless classroom
      • Tip: Read The World is Flat byThomas L Friedman
    • 4. Skype to Baldev Singh
      • Innovative Teacher of the Year
      • Why use Web 2.0 in education?
      • Top tools and why?
    • 5. Let’s see how the web can support learning
      • All your favourite sites in one place
      • Ability to access other’s blinklists
      • RSS feeds alert users to new content
      • You choose your content- the web comes to you
      iKeepBookmarks.com
    • 6. Let’s see how the web can support learning
      • Simple, online publishing to a real audience
      • Two way communication
      • Connecting ideas- extend conversation outside classroom
      Tip: for inspiration on using web 2.0 tools in learning, read Will Richardson’s blog, www.weblogg-ed.com
    • 7. Let’s see how the web can support learning
      • Register for free on the portal
      • Develop European partnerships in any curriculum area
      • Puts the ‘C’ In ICT
      • Global Leap- content provider for Video-conferencing
      • Bring the world into your classroom
    • 8. Task- 20 minutes
      • Explore some of the tools mentioned and think about how they might encourage your students to learn.
      • Respond to the question: “What’s my first step in using web 2.0?” on the conference blog?
    • 9. Plenary
      • Feedback from conference posts
      • Where next?
    • 10. Advisory Service Kent Shepway Centre Oxford Road Maidstone ME15 8AW [email_address] Tel: 01622 203800 Fax: 01622 670509 www.clusterweb.org.uk/ask